The greatest thing about Jillian Jacqueline is that she possesses the ability to take each and every musical influence that has been a part of her inner fabric, apply it, and have the result come out to be very much an original sound.
As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident.
“This night is all about celebrating songwriters and who they are as people and how they let their lives inspire their art,” Lambert said several songs into her hour-long set.
The album is a perfect mix of everything that Janson does so exceedingly well.
For those questioning where quality country music has gone, Midland is indisputably the answer.
Big & Rich seemed to have settled down a bit on Did It For The Party – without changing the overall sound of their music.
“Without getting too nostalgic, this is a dream come true for us to close out this tour in Nashville,” Charles Kelley told the crowd.
Paisley rocks hard during his live show, and it was the classic ‘American Saturday Night’ when he hit the Virginia venue over the weekend.
Kip Moore and Tony Hawk joined forces for Music City Skate Jam, a day of music and skateboarding at Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame Park.
Life Changes is Thomas Rhett’s most ambitious release yet, and has something for every listener.
With an album this good, Moore’s fans will surely be singing along loudly.
Current Mood is less cohesive than Lynch’s previous albums and instead takes on his wide range of influences and emotions.
“We’re all born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the happiest the three long hairs have ever been,” said the band’s Jaren Johnston.
Strait kicked off the show with an energetic performance of “Great Balls of Fire.”
The Big 98’s Guitar-B-Que brought together Eldredge and Janson, as well as Devin Dawson and Michael Ray, to raise awareness for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
With songs this good, the evolution of The Cadillac Three continues to impress and has us excited for what comes next.
Though not a stark contrast from their previous work, Happy Endings manages to keep the band’s intoxicating carefree spirit alive while showing a sense of growth in the process.
Fans already in love with the singer are bound to feel the same about the album and those new to his work will no doubt be converted with just one listen.